TAGUIG CITY- It's only fitting that the country's oldest existing Football club won last Saturday the old-fashioned way: by hard work and determination.
Jason Arroyo's 23rd minute volley was the only score as Nomads won their second match of the league and improved to seven points from four games. PD, with two wins and two losses, remains at six points.
“It's a huge win. It keeps us at the coattails of the top three” enthused the winning coach, John Jofre. “Everyone tips us to get relegated but when you see the effort you know we're not gonna get relegated.”
Nomads started brightly when their precocious 17-year old winger James Woldring hit the upright with a bicycle kick in the fourth minute.
But the PD midfield of Boyet Cañedo, Jay Eusebio, and Anto Gonzales asserted themselves, setting up two chances for Jovin Bedic that went straight to Nomads keeper Jeff Blake.
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